Gentle Gin - Poem by Abiodun Adekoya
Gentle I go
When her glimpse
Attracted my coming back.
Gentle I laid
Hand round her shoulder
And felt the surrounding with lust.
Gentle I bedded
Into her untouched virgin
That corrupted my taste.
Gentle she smiles
Like a relieved pain
Saying thank you darling.
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